So, when we have got things wrong, as every contract does, we've acknowledged it and moved on rapidly rather than worrying about it; but equally, when we've got things right, we've penetrated that and gone further and further with that technology."
"I think what we've achieved today under the constraints of what's happening globally, the COVID pandemic, we've actually managed to get a good representation from across Defence," added Lowe. "Both from the civilian sector, the military sector and industry in a room talking about some of the problems and showcasing some of the capabilities that are available now and are being developed by them, which will enhance the support to NATO military operations."
Copsey highlighted "the ARRC is a wonderful sandpit to be exploited" and encouraged anyone with an experimentation idea or interest to reach out and build on the relationships and resources available.
"We need to be part of a wider enterprise," Copsey concluded.
The exhibitors and vendors on site included representatives from Weatherhaven, VMWare, Zero Alpha Solutions, SecureCloud+, Viasat UK, Verde Spaces, Garrison, Thinklogical, GRC, PureLifi, ELBIT, Cisco, CDW, Alpha 56, Hewlett Packard, SPECTRA, IDE, Anduril, Babcock International, Rolls Royce, Qinetiq, and the Defence Science and Technology Laboratory, who brought representatives from Plextek, Antillion, AVOptics, University of Strathclyde, IBM, and BAE Systems.